Enzio Boldewijn said he had no desire to quit Notts County during their summer of financial uncertainty and insists his heart is set on success at Meadow Lane.
The winger was linked with a move away from the Magpies at the end of last season after the club were relegated from the Football League.
After the Magpies lost their proud status as the world’s oldest professional league club, Notts then suffered financial chaos which saw players and staff go without pay for two months until they were sold to new owners Christoffer and Alexander Reedtz.
Despite the uncertainty around Meadow Lane, the highly-rated Boldewijn says leaving the club was never an option and insists he is determined to win honour during his stay in the city.
Reflecting on the summer, Boldewijn said: “You think in your head what’s going to happen now.
“But I just wanted to stay because I came here for a reason.”